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The story of the first ever Glastonbury Festival

As told by the people who took a punt on the new festival

Waterparks’ Awsten Knight talks NME through his ‘Firsts’

The Waterparks vocalist tells us about some of his formative experiences, from meeting Donald Glover to working in a haunted house

Which childhood heroes would make terrifying horror villains?

Now that Winnie-The-Pooh's gone bad, maybe Tracy Beaker should too...

Bukky Bakray on her whirlwind rise: “‘Rocks’ saved my life”

Hackney's homegrown hero reflects on a life-changing few years in the spotlight

Lu Yang: NetiNeti – the gaming-inspired art show asking the big questions

The art exhibition taking London by storm uses gaming to explore mortality and identity

The best animal movie villains ever – ranked!

From killer fish to a gacked-up bear

The 10 best moments in BRIT Awards history

From political protests to on-stage gaffes and career-defining performances (plus, er, Rihanna linking up with Klaxons), these are the moments we'll never forget

‘White Noise’ review: don’t miss this darkly funny family drama starring Adam Driver

In Noah Baumbach's brilliant new satire, you'll laugh and wince in one breath

Weyes Blood – ‘And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow’ review: quiet optimism in the present-day apocalypse

LA-based artist Natalie Mering cuts through this strange and isolating period of history with a subtle touch, carefully unearthing a scrap of hope in the process

Christine and The Queens – ‘Redcar les adorables étoiles’ review: high art meets dark, uneasy synth-pop

The French star’s most conceptual record yet grapples with fascinating questions about love and poetry, but occasionally feels unfocused in the process
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